The departure and landing will be wet, and muddy without a dock.
This article in City Newspaper by Rebecca Rafferty has more information about the park.
“When we think of public parks, what often comes to mind are semi-wild spaces with trails that guide visitors responsibly through woods, perhaps an educational center or a lodge for rent, and signage on the history and ecology of the place.
Devil’s Cove Park has none of these things. It is all wild. At the moment, the only indication that it is a Monroe County Park is a small sign tacked to a single tree. You need a GPS to find it.”